New Delhi: For Umar Khalid, a former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student and activist, the bigger problem is that the Delhi police task force grilled him during a community riot in February.
In connection with a community riot in the northeast of the national capital earlier this year, Khalid was grilled for nearly three hours.
The former JNU student was also questioned for a remark made before U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit to India.
The Delhi Police Task Force also confiscated the mobile phone of former JNU student Uma Khalid.
Earlier, the FIR had registered against the militant, and it was said that the Delhi riots were a pre-planned conspiracy, and Khalid and his associates played a role in organizing the conspiracy. FIR also stated that as part of the plan, Khalid called on people to take to the streets before Trump’s visit to attract international attention for his propaganda.
Last month, the Delhi police arrested Pinjra Tod activist Natasha Narwal (Natasha Narwal) in a special cell and booked her under the strict “Illegal Activities (Prevention) Act” because the conspiracy was allegedly committed in 2 Yue was colluded in the riots in northeast Delhi and was detained for 14 days.
Narwal, along with another JNU student, Devangana Kalita, was investigated by the Delhi Police Crime Department and the crime was related to community violence in northeast Delhi.
On February 24 this year, the “Citizenship Amendment Act” (CAA) occurred in northeastern Delhi, triggering a public conflict and causing more than 50 deaths, of which 200-250 were injured.